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    Players respond to questions and try to guess each others' answers.

    Engages speech production and comprehension centers, as well as deduction skills.

    If nobody guesses your answer correctly, you earn three points. So feel free to be sneaky.

    How well do you know your family and friends? Here's your chance to find out (and make your brain cells blush) with the provocative and revealing game of What? Players write down responses to questions such as "What sport should not be played at a nudist colony?" and "What is something you should avoid doing in prison?" Your job is to guess who said what to earn a point. If nobody guesses your answer correctly, you earn three points. So feel free to be as silly, saucy or sneaky as you'd like in your answers. Along the way, you'll learn about your loved ones, exercise word skills and boost creativity.

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    "Speech production and comprehension centers are engaged when you think creatively to answer questions in What?"


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    How to Play:

    Everyone gets an answer sheet and a pencil. Players take turns being the "Questioner". The Questioner selects the top card and reads one question out loud. Everyone writes an answer to the question. The Questioner reads all answers out loud and chooses their favorite answer and, in turn, everyone must guess who wrote it.

    How to Win:

    Players score one point if they correctly guess the author. The author scores 3 points if nobody guesses correctly. After 15 rounds, the player with the most points wins!

    Alternate Ways to Play:

    Players could guess who wrote what for any of the answers given. Or, you can add special rules that players are not allowed to use certain words in their answer or that they have to answer what their grandma would say or silly things like it must be written in the style of Arnold Schwarzenneger.

    A Note about Bluffing:

    While this is a great game for getting to know your other players, you score more points if nobody guesses the author of the answer being voted on. Before voting, feel free to bluff and debate as to who they think may be the author. It's OK to stretch the truth in this game!


        What? Rules .PDF


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    warnings CHOKING HAZARD - Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

    The Marbles BrainCoach says...

    What? is a great game because it can be played completely honestly--players answering the question cards in earnest--or completely fabricated, with players inventing the most outrageous possible answer. Either way, it's fun, challenging, and very entertaining! Great for an icebreaker at parties.

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